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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1909. PAGE THMEt BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West your Bros THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE JBREAT WEST Calgary Store Allan Block First Street East its of the Hour If you want to pay or for a high-faluting label inside the pocket, that is your business. We will sell you one with our own label at and Better valud No praise too strong for Specials for is week-Men's Outing Suits Two-piece, i jular and on sale at and A bankrupt Suits, re u ir to sale price :ock of Boys' 2 and 3-piece SHOES is! Box Calf Bluchers, regular -.50 shoe, sale price Blood Bluchers, regular sale price Up-to-the- Minute Styles In Moss, Green, Acorn, Nile, Brown and Fawn Also in Flat Iron shapes Twelve dozen New Stiff Hats in Greens, Fawns and Black ite Duck Oxford Shoes and Bluchers, sale price PEABODY'S RAILROAD KING All the time price in hi no anH otrinp in Diue ana Sinpe Other makes from 65c to A full line of Trunks, Suit Cases and Club Bags just arrived are all Bros. Money Back if Not Satisfied CRABB STREET, Between DUFFERIN and REDPATH A SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS THE BEST DAY OF SPORTS ON RECORD In History Of City Great Credit Due S.O.E. and Caledonians White Won Mara- thon Haynes Captures First Places The program of sports pulled off third lap when J. Laurie drew away by the Sons of England and the about thirty yards ahead. R.T. Rash Caledonians yesterday was probably, HoWen and J. B, Robinson were the the best ever heM in the city. Track j only men left in the last lap. On the sports were given a prominence not' stretch Laurie had a big lead, but heretofore given and toaie excellent' Bash by a terrific spring beat him events took place. The football tour i in the last ten feet. Holden was uament with five jnon on a team. third. an innovation. Marathon was high jump gave some excellent }of great interest. The were sport. Cardell, the winner, in a run off with more than the ordinary c'ass by himself, clearing the winning promptness. accidents or serious 'mark, 5 ft. 2J inches, quite easily, trouble arose to mar the day's en- i race for men over forty years of joyment. j age brought 0. H. Whalley into the During the d-iy the proceedings limelight with a burst of speed that were livened by the Citizens Band, I would make the best of the younger and the Piper Band. This pipers band which C'apt. I-lorne has collect- ed is a splendid organization and it is to be hoped that they will keep together to provide the stirring Scot- tish airs on various occasions. The a great exhibition of men. go some to beat. Football Tournament The football tournament, with five men on a team, playing ten minute games, was won by the .Sons of Eng- land A team, who defeated Grassy Lake In the finals. There, -was some trouble over the Callies 'being -ruled out fpr not being on the grounds when, called. But they finally accept- ed the judges' ruling in the matter. The games are tests of speed and sustained fast play. S. O. E. Beat Grassy Lake The regular full team football game between the Sons of England were as follows riton. Fleming, and Grassv LaJie was easv victory Mclvenzie, Beard, Spcnce, A. the former, who won by seven j druuiujcr the drummer's art. The Marathon One of the most interesting events of the day was the 10-mile Marathon which was the first of its kind held held in Lethbridge. .The day was a therefore the race of endurance than very hot one and was more a test of speed. The starters in the race W. White, J. Patterson, S. Wallis, Whyte, W. Applehy and Wallace. The course was 22 times around goals to one. The visitors gave evi- dence of not having played much to? the cinder path to make the ten getber. The two Raisbecfcs, who _ have an enviable football reputation m.les The race was called.at.ii Engjami Scotlandj were the and the Dinner, TV. Wnyte. completed i particular stars. The one goal that the course in one hour, 14.4 minutes. Grassv got was result of a loUowed about twenty yards behind j piece of work bv A. by Boss. Only three fm.shed, and beck. visitors were to the third, J. McKenzie, walked the fmish in spite of the score last two laps. I them> For g> Q E playl On the start Piton sprang to the j ed a great game, his shots on .goal lead anu set a terrific pace, with the .deadly. gtepbenaon was conr I rest about twenty yards behind. Hejspicuous vrhile Chiswick was this Jead .during the second j stellar his Piay uncf gave more lap the rest beginning to spread out. evidence of being protfablv the best Appleby seemed to -be in distress. On haif.back in the third Beard passed Piton on a hard sprint, both going at a pace that soon put them both out of busi- ness, with the others going easy. Appleby dropped out having injured Ms foot on a stone. In the fo-rth the positions were not changed ex- cept that Wallis -dropped away back. In the fifth the positions were not changed to any extent. Fleming dropped out. The sixth saw a change in positions, Piton dropping-.back to fifth place, beginning to tire out. Spence was lapped by four nien. On' the seventh Piton and Spence drop- ped out. ail jn> leaving seven in tie field. In the eighth all were .running eas- ily, Wallis away behind 'but coming strong. The ninth, was a repetition of the eighth. The tenth was about the same except that Wallis was lap- ped and Patterson was and out. The eleventh saw te with a good lead, running a race, and and WTiite lapped. tell The teams as follows O. E. GRASSY LAKE Fauntih v goal Waddell Wells right back Bland Farris left back Thompson R.H.B. Stewart Chisxvick C.H.B. W. Raisbeck 3lullen L.H.B. Hutton Smph R. For. Schofield Cacadwell E. for Jobb jgtolberton For Murchispn 'Barber L. For A. Raisbeck Joyce L- For. Deane (Continued on Page Four.) The twelfth was beginning to on some, Wallis'and Whire being la? ped ajgain. On the thirteenth White cut down one lap of the lead had on him. In the -our teen th lis and White droprjcd out, leaving jWhyte, Boss and JVlcKerme to Sght jfor honors. In the 15th, 16th mi A 117th they ran in ihc above order. jMcKcnzie took the lead in the eigh- teenth and retained it during tho j nineteenth. Boss took lead in I tho twentieth, with Whytc close i hind. was nearly all in Jand had to walk. On the 21st Boss .and Whyte running shoujdor stopp-ed 10 rest. On tho final lap Whyie passed Boss at the first turn and Jed hy about 10 yards, increasing the lea-1 on the homo stretch to -0 yards, BOPS fmishina: cxci-criingly fresh for the condition of the weather. 3fc- walked the two laps ho had to go to qualify for third place. Tiino 1..14J. Haynes Won Kxceoding Iho. interest in the i Marathon wn.s tho 100 yards dash. It took eight heats to finish the race. There were nineteen starters in five preliminary heats. The interest lay in tho doubt ns to whether the pop- ular local sprinter, "Biily" Haynes, would be able to hold his own with the later arrivals. He justified tho confidence in him although he had two hard runs. Ho was successful in carrying tho 220 yr.rd mcc also. A Good Race The milo was one of the best of the dny. A number started. .1, H. Kohin.son so.t a hot pace but soon dropped back ami a fleet-footed lishmnn set the p lead. The rest of png awny until the Who Guarantees Your Clothes? "Progress Brand" Clothing comes to you witl! a double guarantee. It is guaranteed by the makers it is guaranteed by the clothiers. Every Progress Brand" Suit and Overcoat is uncon- ditionally warranted to give satisfaction, or money promptly That's what the "Progress Brand" Trademark It's a good thing to look for, whenever and ;